RAeS events deliver expert content, insight and networking across the breadth of technical, engineering and business subjects affecting aerospace professionals.
Our annual calendar of around 20 events of lectures, technical visits, competitions and field trips are designed to support your professional development and industry knowledge.
Hot on the heels of a very successful talk last week we are happy to be able to share details on the next instalment in this year’s evening lecture series. This time we’re looking at the latest in cutting-edge powerplant technology, a subject very close to my own heart!
Our speaker, Patrick Donnellan, is from GE and will speaking to the society on the GE9X engine. The talk is titled “GE9X Design – Advancing with Technology” which suggests it will cover some fascinating ground. Patrick is the Product Support Model Leader for the GE9X programme, and has over 30 years’ experience in his field.
We hope this topic will be of interest to our members and look forward to seeing many of your there. The attached poster will furnish further details.
Once again, given our commitment to enriching the local aviation community, we are opening up this event to members as well as non-members. Members receive priority provided they register online and arrive before the talk actually begins. Current members who register online and sign-in on the day will receive CPD certificates. Confirmation emails will only be sent if demand exceeds capacity.
The Next Generation Flight Deck - Aviate, navigate and communicate like never before with the Gulfstream Symmetry Flight Deck™.
Designed for the Gulfstream G500 and Gulfstream G600, the flight deck ushers in a new era in cockpit design, integration, functionality, ergonomics and aesthetics. Flight crews immerse themselves in a workstation that is more an extension of self than ever before possible. The intelligent design leverages active control sidesticks and touch-screen technology, both industry firsts. And the Symmetry Flight Deck is designed to accept continual upgrades and incorporate future navigation advancements.
Gulfstream’s Brett Rundle, comes to HK to talk about the latest incarnation of this legendary aircraft.
Date and time : 18 May 2018, 6:30pm
Location : Civil Aviation Department Headquarters, 1 Tung Fai Road, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau, Hong Kong.
THIS EVENT BY THE HKIE AIRCRAFT DIVISION.
This lecture is free of charge, prior registration is required. The number of participants is limited to 80 and applications will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis with priority to members of the Aircraft Discipline / Division. For registration, clock on the link below. Only successful applicants will be notified by e-mail on or before 16 May 2018.
Meteorology and aviation – How are they connected? How well do you know Hong Kong’s weather and the characteristics of Hong Kong International Airport? How the Hong Kong Observatory cares about you as you fly into the sky across the globe? In this talk, the Observatory will introduce more on aviation meteorology and the services tailored-made for the aviation community.
William Shum, from the HK Observatory will answer these questions and more.
Date and time : 31 May 2018, 6pm
Location : Cathay City, Auditorium, HK Airport.
Registration will be open shortly.